Freewing Electronic Retract for 4.1mm Diameter Shafts - Type A
Electronic Retract for 4.1mm Diameter Shafts - Type A
- Body material: plastic
- Trunion material: metal
- Strut diameter: accepts shafts of 4.1mm in diameter
This retract is used on the main landing gear of the following Freewing and FlightLine aircraft:
- Avanti S
- Stinger 90
- Eurofighter V2
- F/A-18 V2
- Mig 21
- 1600mm P-38
This retract is used on the nose landing gear of the following Freewing and FlightLine aircraft:
- 1600mm P-38
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Way better than fms
I have a few sets of these. I haven’t needed to replace them once but wanted to make sure I had them if I did. They’ve been flawless and for the price, can’t beat them. Compare to fms at 30$ each. 5/5
I got this product as a replacement to and original one, it dropped into the same location connected it all together and works like a champ, great product great deal and great service what else can you say
Alles ok, schnelle Lieferung. Danke!
Nice to have working retracts again
Very smooth operating retract. Nice quality for a reasonable price. Easy to install.
Motion R/C parts
I design using CADRA and build most of my EDF models from parts on hand. I have learned that Motion/Freewing has parts that work for me. I search through the parts and accessories of many different models to find what I need for a particular project. These retracts will go into a 80mm, 6s model of the X-43 ( longer wings ~ 40"ws, 57" long)
Got what I wanted in a timely manner.
Freewing electric retract
Retract works fine, but housing is to thin!!!
The retract part of this works good, the problem I have with it is, that the plate that you use to bolt it down, on most of my other planes, it is separate from the retract housing, on this one it is all one piece molded together, and the problem that I’ve had with my P-51 Old Crow, is that on any kind of hard landing, on pavement, it will crack between where the screws go in and the retract housing, I was able to remedy this problem by machining a thin aluminum plate that bolts down over the top of the plastic housing.